Step Up All In

Step Up All In

Director: Trish Sie, Ryan Guzman, Briana Evigan, Stephen "Twitch" Boss

Cast: Trish Sie, Ryan Guzman, Briana Evigan, Stephen "Twitch" Boss

     
 

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A ragtag dance troupe compete to win a lucrative three-year contract at a Las Vegas casino in this installment of the energetic dance-movie franchise. Ryan Guzman, Briana Evigan, and Stephen "Twitch" Boss star.

Overview

A ragtag dance troupe compete to win a lucrative three-year contract at a Las Vegas casino in this installment of the energetic dance-movie franchise. Ryan Guzman, Briana Evigan, and Stephen "Twitch" Boss star.

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Like its predecessors in both the Step Up franchise and the dance-movie genre as a whole, Step Up All In requires a certain suspension of disbelief. It takes place in a world where challenges are issued and met through elaborate dance sequences, most of which require a level of spectator participation usually reserved for animated woodland creatures in Disney movies. When viewed through that cartoonish lens, Step Up All In is a relatively fun dance flick to add to the pile. The film opens as a down-on-their-luck dance crew lament their lack of success following a move to L.A., where they had hoped that their appearance in a popular shoe commercial would catapult them to glory. "The Mob," as they refer to themselves, dejectedly inform their leader Sean (Ryan Guzman) that they are moving on after a spontaneous dance battle with rival crew the Grim Knights leaves them the laughingstock of a popular nightclub. Not to be deterred, Sean enlists his best friend Moose (Adam G. Sevani) to help him put together another group, the ranks of which include the tough but honorable hoofer Andie (Briana Evigan), as well as Vladd (Chadd Smith), who communicates exclusively by doing the Robot. The new crew, Sean hopes, will win a coveted three-year contract as backup dancers for Las Vegas sensation Alexxa Brava (Izabella Miko). Their audition comes in the form of a reality show called The Vortex, which requires the group, who have dubbed themselves LMNTRIX (pronounced "elementrix"), to face off against both the Grim Knights and the Mob (who now carry no small amount of resentment for Sean). Clearly modeled after existing reality shows such as America's Best Dance Crew and So You Think You Can Dance, The Vortex lends the film some credibility that was missing from the prior installments. The expensive sets and mysteriously procured, customized clothing can be explained away as part of the typical production costs of a reality show, and the flashy Las Vegas backdrop allows the movie to shut up and be a showstopper. This is a good thing, as the film really needs to shut up a lot of the time. Vladd's robot-speak is a welcome distraction from the dialogue, which frequently returns to an embarrassingly schmaltzy debate between Sean and Andie regarding the true spirit of dance (he wants to attain success through performing, while she views the crew as a surrogate family drawn together by a shared passion that's more important than achieving fame -- guess who wins?). Still, weak script and all, the dancers that comprise the talent portion of Step Up All In do indeed put on a show. The final act, to the surprise of no one, involves a sudden understanding of the true heart of a dancer. Wrongs are righted, misunderstandings are cleared up, and villainous conspiracies are unraveled in an over-the-top extravaganza that turns an otherwise run-of-the-mill dance movie into a successful popcorn flick.

Product Details

Release Date:
11/04/2014
UPC:
0031398205562
Original Release:
2014
Rating:
PG13
Source:
Summit Inc/Lionsgate
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Wide Screen, Color]
Sound:
[Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time:
1:51:00
Sales rank:
22,755

Special Features

Closed Caption; Audio commentary with director Trish Sie and actress Briana Evigan; Ryan's favorite dance scenes with optional commentary; Deleted scenes

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Ryan Guzman Sean Asa
Briana Evigan Andie West
Stephen "Twitch" Boss Jason
Misha Gabriel Eddy
Izabella Miko Alexxa Brava
Alyson Stoner Camille
Adam G. Sevani Moose
Stephen Stevo Jones Jasper
David "Kid David" Shreibman Chad
Mari Koda Jenny Kido
Christopher Scott Hair
Luis A. Rosado Monster
Chadd Smith Vladd
Facundo Lombard Marcos Santiago
Martin Lombard Martin Santiago
Parris Goebel Violet
Cyrus "Glitch" Spencer Gauge
Karin Konoval Ana
Frank Crudele Boris
Jay Brazeau Mr. McGowan
Jana Vankova Robot Girl
Jenny Dailey Grim Knight's Hot Twin #1
Jayme Rae Dailey Grim Knight's Hot Twin #2
Elizabeth Weinstein Casting Agent
Viv Leacock Bartender (Club)
Leah Christ Model #1
Fiona Vroom Assistant Stylist
Laura Soltis Stylist
Anthony Joseph Bellman #2
Yoshiharu Hashimoto Kido's Uncle
Tae Helgeth Kido's Aunt
Fulvio Cecere Uncle (Pizza Place)
Allie Meixner Dancing Bachelorette
Peter Newman Interviewer
Patricia Mayen-Salazar Maid
Graeme Duffy Ad Agency Executive #1
Jill Morrison Ad Agency Executive #2
Christie Laing Hotel Executive
Aason Nadjiwan Voodoo Dancer
Hayden Fong Voodoo Dancer
Mackenzie Green Voodoo Dancer
Chelsee Albo Fire Dancer
Carly Louth Fire Dancer
Marc Inniss MOB Dancer
Nolan Padilla MOB Dancer
Phillip Chbeeb MOB Dancer
Bianca Brewton MOB Dancer
Celestina Aladekoba Celestina
Brandon Shaw Grim Knight Dancer
Emilio "Millie" Dosal Grim Knight Dancer
Comfort Fedoke Grim Knight Dancer
Kim "Marko" Germar Grim Knight Dancer
Raymond "Prada" G Cham Grim Knight Dancer
Janick Arseneau Divine Intention Dancer
Julie Dombrowski Divine Intention Dancer
Sarah Katie Holmes Divine Intention Dancer
Erika Kurata-Prevost Divine Intention Dancer
Marina Bastarache Divine Intention Dancer
Tiger Kirchharz Sweet Beaches Dancer
Lorella Boccia Sweet Beaches Dancer
Kenny Mugisha Sweet Beaches Dancer
Lorena Liebman Blueprint Dancer
Nicolas Begin Blueprint Dancer
Derek Rice Blueprint Dancer
Ian Arcudi Blueprint Dancer
Marc Antoine Millette Petronas Dancer
Stephane Charbonneau Petronas Dancer
Olivier Blais Petronas Dancer
Eric "Zig" Martel Tech-Stylz Dancer
Mathieu "Lost Child" Dumoulin Tech-Stylz Dancer
Daniel Morrison Tech-Stylz Dancer
Mark Siller Tech-Stylz Dancer
Lawrence Devera Poreotics Dancer
Can Nguyen Poreotics Dancer
Charles Nguyen Poreotics Dancer
Chad Mayate Poreotics Dancer
Chris Granitz Sean Dance Double
Nicolas Jelmoni Sean Dance Double
Charlotte O'Sullivan Andie Dance Double

Technical Credits
Trish Sie Director
Soyon An Costumes/Costume Designer
Cristian Arizaga Set Decoration/Design
Heike Brandstatter Casting
Jeff Cardoni Score Composer
Jon M. Chu Executive Producer
Janice Clements Set Decoration/Design
Richard Cowan Asst. Director
Buck Damon Musical Direction/Supervision
Erik Feig Producer
Mike Fitzmaurice Camera Operator
Christopher Foss Production Manager
David Garrett Executive Producer
Jennifer Gibgot Producer
Bob Hayward Executive Producer
Devorah Herbert Production Designer
Niven Howie Editor
Dondraico L. Johnson Choreography
Coreen Mayrs Casting
Richard Mento Casting
Meredith Milton Executive Producer
Carl Moore Producer
Jeff Mossa Art Director
David Nicksay Executive Producer
Robyn Owen Casting
Brian Pearson Cinematographer
James Philpott Art Director
Craig C. Price Editor
Christopher Scott Choreography
Adam Shankman Producer
Jamal Sims Associate Producer,Choreography
Matt Smith Executive Producer
Scott Speer Executive Producer
Sarah Steeves Costumes/Costume Designer
John Swetnam Screenwriter
Patrick Wachsberger Producer
Stewart A. Whelan Camera Operator

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Step Up All In
1. Scene 1 [5:39]
2. Scene 2 [6:32]
3. Scene 3 [6:51]
4. Scene 4 [7:04]
5. Scene 5 [6:45]
6. Scene 6 [6:21]
7. Scene 7 [7:12]
8. Scene 8 [9:26]
9. Scene 9 [7:06]
10. Scene 10 [4:01]
11. Scene 11 [7:16]
12. Scene 12 [7:44]
13. Scene 13 [7:14]
14. Scene 14 [6:32]
15. Scene 15 [7:37]
16. Scene 16 [8:17]

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